Show #3022 - Tuesday, October 21, 1997

Contestants

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Heather Harvey, a university student from Lilburn, Georgia

Rich Greene, a third grade teacher from West Sparta, New York

Betty Altruda, an English professor from Manalapan, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL LAST NAMES
HAND SIGNALS
WORLD RELIGION
SCIENCE NUMBERS
TV SIDEKICKS
WORDS THAT START & END WITH "L"
    $100 26
This "Dear" woman has lots of advice
    $100 15
Churchill's 2-finger salute meant "victory"; in the '60s, it meant this state that follows victory
    $100 11
In Arabic, this pillar of Islam is called salat & must be performed 5 times a day
    $100 21
Smallest number of cells a living organism can have
    $100 6
Sarcastic Vicki helps her co-worker Susan struggle through single life on this Brooke Shields sitcom
    $100 1
Type of wreath given for a crowning achievement
    $200 27
He won a Tony & an Oscar for playing Henry Higgins
    $200 17
This Siskel & Ebert gesture of approval dates back to Roman spectators determining a gladiator's fate
    $200 12
This oval building in Salt Lake City's Temple Square is famous for its choir
    $200 22
37° Celsius equals this average human temperature on the Fahrenheit scale
    $200 7
Gabrielle, a young villager, left home to follow this warrior princess on her journeys
    $200 2
Boutonniere site
    $300 28
16 tons & what do you get? This singer, we bet
    $300 18
People from this state map it on one hand with Mackinaw City at the top of the middle finger
    $300 13
In Christian churches, Ascension Day is observed 40 days after this holiday
    $300 23
This isn't hard, it's the highest number on the Mohs scale
    DD: $800 8
Arthur, the one dressed like a moth, helps this big blue superhero seen here:
    $300 3
Maliciously try to damage a person's reputation by publishing a false report
    $400 29
For Lens Express she says, "I don't trust these baby blues to just anyone"
    $400 19
This gesture seen on posters of Uncle Sam is considered rude by Emily Post
    $400 14
Gen represents the ideal relationship between individuals in this Chinese sage's philosophy
    $400 24
A tarantula in a conga line would take 3 steps then kick out this many legs to one side
    $400 9
Although Fox Mulder may think she was sent to be his sidekick, she was actually assigned to keep an eye on him
    $400 4
When expressing yourself about trains, it's the opposite of express
    $500 30
He played the Sam famous for playing it again
    $500 20
When a referee's hands circle each other in a forward motion, a basketball player is guilty of this violation
    $500 16
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob & their wives are buried in a cave in this city near Jerusalem
    $500 25
A gold ring has this many karats if it contains 6 parts of another metal
    $500 10
Some consider the work of this Conan O'Brien sidekick worthy of a true second banana
    $500 5
Instrument to show if a carpenter's flat-out correct

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Betty Rich Heather
$2,000 $800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Betty Rich Heather
$4,200 $1,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MARTIAN CINEMA
(Alex: All right. A lot of films made on Mars.) [Laughter]
ARTISTS & THEIR SUBJECTS
"FOR" WORDS
THEY LIVE THERE
PROSE
KHANS
    $200 5
Slim Whitman's music saves the world from a Martian invasion in this 1996 Tim Burton film
    $200 1
The young ladies in this Frenchman's 1874 painting "The Dance Lesson" are wearing tutus
    $200 4
A public square in ancient Rome where other than "funny things" happened
    $200 16
The city of the Muscovites
    $200 21
Mr. Wickfield got in a "heap" of trouble when this "David Copperfield" villain embezzled funds from him
    $200 26
As a child, this world conqueror was known as Temujin & was reputedly timid around dogs
    $400 10
In a 1964 classic this holiday figure "Conquers the Martians"
    $400 2
Historian Thomas Carlyle is the subject of his "Arrangement in Gray and Black, No. 2": mom was "No. 1"
    $400 8
This surgical instrument is sometimes used to help deliver babies in distress
    $400 17
The city of the Liverpudlians
    $400 22
Robert Louis Stevenson wrote that they were inhabitants of the same body
    $400 27
In "The Jungle Book" the wolves protect Mowgli from this hungry tiger
    DD: $2,500 11
He wrote the novel that inspired the film seen here:
    $600 3
Welsh artist Augustus John is known for his portrait of this Welsh poet
    $600 9
VHS or Beta, for example
    $600 18
The country of the Nipponese
    $600 23
At the conclusion of this Tolstoy novel, Pierre Bezuhov marries Natasha Rostova, whom he was secretly loved
    $600 28
This admiral was the object of the bulk of Khan's wrath in the 1982 film "The Wrath of Khan"
    $800 12
An ancient machine that gives Mars an atmosphere is activated in this Schwarzenegger film of 1990
    $800 6
Sidney Nolan, a native of this continent created a series of paintings inspired by outlaw Ned Kelly
    $800 14
It's the old Portuguese name for Taiwan
    DD: $1,000 19
The city of the Neopolitans
    $800 24
Jules Verne described it as 232 feet long, displacing 50,000 cubic feet & powered by electricity
    $800 29
Architect Fazlur Khan rose to new heights with his design for this Chicago landmark completed in 1974
    $1000 13
Jimmy Hunt, who played the boy in this 1953 classic, was the police chief in the 1986 remake
    $1000 7
The man in his surreal painting "The Therapeutist" has no head but still manages to wear a hat
    $1000 15
It's another term for an anthill or ant's nest
    $1000 20
The city of the Glaswegians
    $1000 25
Alexandre Dumas based this title character on a shoemaker described in the Paris police archives
    $1000 30
Prince Aly Khan's father & son have carried this title as imams of a sect of Shiite Muslims

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Betty Rich Heather
$11,300 $5,600 $2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. JUSTICE
This state carries out the most executions by far

Final scores:

Betty Rich Heather
$11,201 $6,700 $4,400
2-day champion: $25,001 2nd place: trip to Spice Island Beach Resort in Grenada + Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Daniel Mink his & her watches + Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Betty Rich Heather
$8,900 $5,400 $2,200
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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